We purchased the 300C in late September, and were fortunate to get the exact color and interior combination we originally wanted a year ago. Our main priority was a quiet highway ride, and the Chrysler delivers that in spades. Two days after we purchased the car, we left on a two week, 4,000 mile trip through NM, CO, WY, MT and SD. The car performed flawlessly, was extremely comfortable at all times, and delivered highway MPG that was incredible. During two days of primarily interstate driving, the MPG exceeded 32 miles per gallon.
The SafetyTech package is something I wasn't really looking for, but it has turned out to be a favorite feature of the car. The adaptive cruise control is just an amazing feature, as are the blind spot indicators.
The navigation system has a very large screen, and is easy to use. We haven't experimented much with the voice response capability, because frankly, it is just as easy to use the manual commands for most items.
Little features like the entry lighting, and LED cabin lighting lend a luxury touch, and the interior trim and materials are as upscale as anything in my previous BMW 5 series, with added touches like the ventilated front seats and heated rear seats that are nice.
The car we purchased was heavily optioned, so there isn't much to wish it had in addition. I would have preferred Michelin tires instead of the Firestones, but this was the last one on the dealer lot, so a change of tires was not feasible.
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